LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced on Thursday that her office has lifted suspensions on over 150,000 Michiganders’ driver’s licenses.
Last month, the department lifted 12,000 suspensions.
Michiganders who are now able to renew their licenses may have to pay a reinstatement fee or reapply for a license.
The Secretary of State’s office also canceled driving infractions of over 350,000 Michiganders; however, there were many infractions that remained in place and many may still have suspended licenses.
“We’ve continued to analyze the new laws in order to get eligible Michiganders safely back behind the wheel,” said Benson in a press release. “Countless Michiganders need to drive to get to work, get groceries and get their children to medical appointments and I am committed to making government work for all of them.”
Residents can visit their Secretary of State online account to view their letter and purchase a copy of their driving record. Instructions and additional information are available at SOS – Clean Slate (michigan.gov).